Women Brutally Beaten at Zurich Train Station by African Suspect

Swiss police arrested an African migrant suspected of brutally beating multiple women at a train station in Zurich this week, according to reports.

The shocking incident unfolded at around 8 p.m. on Sunday night at Zurich main station.

A 55-year-old Italian woman was the first victim of an unprovoked attack inside the transit hub.

"She was unconscious, lying in a pool of blood," a witness told 20 Minutes.

The suspect reportedly continued to kick the woman as she lay defenseless on the ground.

A 16-year-old female attempted to intervene and was subsequently beaten, as well.

Authorities arrested a suspect near the scene.

He was identified as a 26-year-old Eritrean national. His immigration status is unclear at this time.

Both victims were taken to hospital and treated for serious injuries.

"Our Switzerland, one of the richest and most prosperous countries in the world, and which was still one of the safest and most serene, is becoming, like its neighbors, a veritable garbage pit where its citizens can no longer live their lives without having to deal with the Third World," citizen journalists Based Helvetia wrote in a report on Telegram.

Officers carried out more than 140 security checks at Zurich main station over the weekend, arresting nine suspects hailing mostly from Morocco or Algeria.

Additionally, 30 people were expelled from the station for various reasons.

Infowars regularly documents attacks on public transportation in Western Europe.

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